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Learning SIDNEY HERALD 4A SUNDAY, JAN. 15,2012 Half-time show Mini-Eaglettes Taylor Lange, left, and Amanda Valnes dance at half-time of last week's high school BILL VANDER WEELE I SIDNEY HERALD basketball game in Sidney. Minot Stale University Minot State University reports its aca- demic honor rolls by providing a president's list and three rolls named dean's list. The president's list names students with a grade point average of 3.8 and above and includes des- ignation of students earning 4.0. The dean's list - one each from the Collegiate honors : ~tsts;~tutuli~tutuli College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business and the College Williston State College of Education and Health Sciences - Kay!yn Bondy, registrar and director will recognize students who have for Admission and Records at earned GPAs of 3.5 to 3.79 within Williston State College, has released their respective colleges, the honor roll for the fall term. Area students earning a grade point aver- age 3.80 or greater on a 4.00 scale are placed on the president's President's list: Lindsey Nelson Dean s list: Aaron Allard, Kaitlyn Dahlberg and Morgan Klose. List. Students with an asterisk next to the President's List have earned straight A's or a 4.0. Students earn- ing a GPA between 3.50 and 3.79 are placed on the dean's list. President's list: Jeffery Wadley* Dean's list: Chase Usselman, Brittney Rogers and Andrew Sparks. Oil & Gas Inc. Purchasing & Leasing Minerals 701-751-3141 -, Timothy Furlong tim@irishog.com bUt owerful.o I offers degree programs and i i I the MOST online courses i DaWSOnil : "" " Classes $136.40,ercre, dawson.edu/on,ne ing 1. Know your route and keep abreast of weather conditions. 2. Drink plenty of water. 3. Eat enough food. 4. Pack a winter travel safety kit. 5. Slow down. 6. Keep a light touch on the controls. 7. Know how to recover from skids. 8. Keep your tires in good condition and properly inflated. 9. Make frequent rest stops. 10. If you get stuck, stay in your vehicle. Brought to you by: ONE NATION UNDER GOD www.mofsoil.com "Mitchell's is a great place to work" jeans jackets coats coveralls shirts T-shirts pullovers sweat shirts more Special orders welcome! wrans( r Good selection of styles and sizes in stock. Specializing in FR Clothing 222t S. Central, Sidney 406.433.6757 www.sondassolutions.com Did you know you are in- vited to a free family carni- val? The carnival will be held Monday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, at Central School in the Boys & Girls Club location from 5 to 7 p.m. The carnival will feature games with prizes, face painting, an appearance by Bubbles the clown, a cupcake walk, a veterans service proj- ect, and an information table where parents may find more information about child and family-friendly ac- tivities and other important services available in Rich- land County. A free hot din- ner will be served as part of the interfaith community meal rotation. All children must be ac- companied by an adult to participate. This carnival is sponsored by RSVP and Communities in Action, pro- grams of the Richland Coun- ty Health Department. If you are interested in vol- unteering for this project, have information you would like to provide to parents or have any questions, please contact Idelle Badt at 433- 2207. Church youth group selling pizza Colder weather is arriving here in the county! Do you want to bring back memories of the hot summer days at the county fair? You are in luck if you said yes! The St. Matthew's youth groups are taking orders for pizzas. If you had the chance to eat at the pizza booth dur- ing the fair then you'll know why your mouth is watering! You may order 12-inch size cheese, pepperoni or canadi- an bacon pizzas: Cost is $8 per pizza. Payment is requested at the time the order is placed. Please make checks payable to St. Matthew's Ministry Fund. Pizza orders will be taken by youth until Jan. 22. Pizzas will be made fresh and sealed - ready for you to pick up on Jan. 29, from 10:30 a.m. to noon at the St. Matthew's Parish Center. Pizzas will be ready to take home and bake or freeze for later! Put your order in with a youth from the church now or call Stacie Olson at the St. Matthew's Parish Center 433-2510 or on her cell phone 480-0170. This may be the best way to get a taste of summer as you be- gin the New Year! Sidney Monday: Burrittos, potato rounds and apricots. Tuesday: Chicken tenders, potatoes with gravy, diced carrots, pull aparts and mixed fruit. Wednesday: No school Thursday: BBQ park riblets, cheeesy potatoes and pears. Friday: Stuffed crust pizza, tossed salad, carrot sticks and applesauce. Rau Breakfast Monday: Cereal/Toast, Fruit, salad, apples, bun Wednesday: Cheese burg, baked beens, carrots, peaches Thursday: Chicken fettucini alfredo, green beans, pears, garlic bread Friday: Fish burger, potato wedges, lettuce salad, grapes Savage Breakfast Monday: Cereal, asst. juice, toast Tuesday: Baked omelet, toast, pears Wednesday: H&C cereal, asst. juice Thursday: Egg, ham & cheese, english muffin, peaches Juice/Milk Friday: Bagels, cream cheese, pears Tuesday: Omelets, Fruit, Juice/Milk Storage Lunch Wednesday: No School Monday: Corn Dogs, Smiley Facesl Thursday: French Tast, Fruit, Fruit Cocktail Milk/Juice Tuesday: Tator tot Casserole, peas, Friday: Cereal/Toats, Fruit, Juice/Milk mandarin oranges, bread, dessert Rau Lunch Wednesday: Chili, cheese sticks, Monday: Chicken Alfredo, Green pineapple, caramel rolls Beans, Mixed Fruit, Bread, Milk Thursday: Baked potato bar, broccoli, Tuesday: Sloppy Jos, Gems, Carrots, pears Fruit, Milk Friday: Cheeseburger/bun, french Wednesday: No School fries, apricots Thursday: Taco's, Rice, Salad, Fruited Jell-O, Milk Friday: Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwich, Chips, Veggies/Ranch, Snicker Salad, Milk Fairview Monday: Lasagna, tossed salad, fruit, breadstick Tuesday: chicken broccoli rice casse- role, creamed corn, fruit, bun Wednesday: Tator tot hot dish, fruit, bread, dessert Thursday: Beef stew, peas, fruit, jello, bun Friday: Chicken burger, chips, corn, fruit East Fairview Monday: Chicken nuggets, Lo-Mein noodles, corn, strawberry cups, bun Tuesday: Taco pasta bake, lettuce Lambert Monday: Chicken fajitas, fresh veg- gies, cake, milk Tuesday: Grilled cheese, tomato soup, crackers, apples, milk Wednesday: Super nachos, fresh veg- gies, muffins, milk Thursday: Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, peas, brownies, buns, milk Friday: Ham and turkey subs, broccoli salad, peaches, milk. Rkhey Monday: Chicken nuggets, gems, peas, oranges Tuesday: Chili, hot dogs, peaches Wednesday: Super salad bar Thursday: Hot ham and cheese, green beans, fries, pears. Friday: Fish nuggets, mac and cheese, corn and fruit cocktail. i: iiiiiii~; ii!i~i ~ & tu,;ii :QOr regular menu will also be available. its~: qiiili 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Breakfast includes scrambled eggs, breakfast meats, biscuits & gravy, waffles, pancakes, french toast and seasoned potatoes. 7 a.m 11 a.m. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Lunch includes meat entrees and hot dish with mashed potatoes and gravy, vegetables and dessert.